Conciliation Resources

Conciliation Resources

Charity information

Conciliation Resources

Conciliation Resources works with people in conflict to prevent violence and build peace. We're there for as long as we're needed to provide advice and support.

Founded 1994

  • Mission statement

    Our vision
    A world where people work together to resolve conflicts peacefully.

    Our mission
    We provide practical support to help people affected by violence conflict achieve lasting peace. We draw on our shared experiences to improve peacebuilding policies and practice worldwide.

    We aim to:
    Promote understanding of peace ways to resolve conflicts
    Create opportunities for dialogue between divided communities
    Strengthen peacebuilding policies and practice
    Support people to build peace

    Our values
    Collaboration: We believe in working together to build peace. We work closely with groups and individuals from all sections of society to ensure that people directly affected by conflict are involved in its resolution.

    Perseverance: We are dedicated to creating a just and lasting peace. We know that building peace takes time and so make commitments for the long-term.

    Understanding: We appreciate the complexities of each conflict, and use our shared knowledge and expertise to adapt our approaches.

    Creativity: We are bold in our thinking and passionate in our convictions. We are prepared to challenge assumptions and find new ways to influence change.

  • Aims

    Conciliation Resources aims to:

    • Support people to build peace
    • Promote understanding of peaceful ways to resolve conflicts
    • Strengthen peacebuilding policies and practice
    • Create opportunities for dialogue between divided communities
  • Overview

    Established: October 1994

    Registered Charity Number: 1055436

    Full time staff: 27

    Part time staff: 3

    Volunteers: 1

    Phone number: 020 7359 7728

    Address: 173 Upper Street London N1 1RG

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